Thanks for calling in. I've still got a few more observations on Worcester, so off we go on another Five on Friday using Amy's link-up. Many thanks Amy.
One - The Hive
Worcester's landmark building opened in 2012 and is a joint venture between the University and the Council and provides a library with 12 miles of archive collections, a quarter of a million books and 800 study locations, all spread over 5 floors. It's so bright and cheerful inside, a great place for purposeful learning in a community setting as the name 'The Hive' suggests.
Two - Roof Top Setting Sun
Look at all the wonderful Autumn colours as the golden sun lights up the City's rooftops.
Three - Crazy Wall Decoration at the Boston Tea Party Cafe
Are these birds there to scare away the real ones? Or are they just there? Artist Kathryn Hodgkinson has made 32 bronze birds cast from real but stuffed birds and 5 fantasy birds relating to Royal Worcester porcelain designs. It's called Confluence and has replaced a mural of a wizard!
Four - Glinting Tiles on the Eagle Vaults pub
This pub was originally built in 1740 and has had a number of different names - Young's Mug House, The Volunteer, Plummer's Arms, Friary Street Vaults and now the Eagle Vaults. It's a fine example of a 19th Century pub facade.
When switched on, these street lights make a large ball of twinkly light. The vandal-proof lights have been designed to carry on working even if under flood water and to be strong enough to withstand being hit by any debris.
I look forward to reading all your Five posts and wish you a great weekend.
Bye for now!